DC Velocity: Meet the supply chain’s young blood

 

William Smith, a double major in logistics and Spanish, was featured in a DC Velocity article. The piece highlights the recruitment process for supply chain management professionals. According to the report, Smith sits in the young logistician’s version of the “sweet spot.” Not only does he enter a field growing in corporate and geographic relevance, but he also possesses the bilingual skills that will enable him to more easily assimilate into foreign markets and cultures than his unilingual peers.

If the recruitment process for supply chain management professionals were conducted like the National Football League draft, then William Smith might be considered a first-round pick. Smith, 22, will graduate in December from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with two degreWilliam Smith, a senior with a double major in logistics and Spanish, was featured in DC Velocity. The article highlights the recruiting process for supply chain management professionals. According to the report, Smith sits in the young logistician’s version of the “sweet spot.” Not only does he enter a field growing in corporate and geographic relevance, but he also possesses the bilingual skills that will enable him to more easily assimilate into foreign markets and cultures than his unilingual peers.es. One is in logistics with a concentration in international business. The other is in Spanish. In theory, Smith sits in the young logistician’s version of the “sweet spot.” Not only does he enter a field growing in corporate and geographic relevance, but he also possesses the bilingual skills that will enable him to more easily assimilate into foreign markets and cultures than his unilingual peers.

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